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Kona Red signs new distribution agreements in US

DBR Staff Writer Published 24 May 2011

KonaRed, a producer of 100% natural antioxidant beverage, has signed distribution agreements with Fun Beverage, Gusto Beverage, Thompson Distributing and Cardinal Distributing, in the Pacific Northwest region of the US.

Through the new distribution agreement, 16 oz bottles and 3 oz wellness shots of KonaRed will be available in Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho.

The beverage is currently available at grocery, convenience and health food stores including Town Pump, Montana's largest convenience store chain, select Walgreens, Alberstons, as well as many independent stores throughout the region.

KonaRed CEO and co-founder Shaun Roberts said the expansion of KonaRed in the Pacific Northwest region marks another key landmark for the company.

"We are proud to say that we are now available in eight out of the 50 states, bringing us closer to our goal of providing this refreshing wellness beverage to all consumers across the country," Roberts added.

KonaRed is currently available in Hawaii, California, Texas, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. It contains no coffee beans, no preservatives and no added sugar or caffeine.

The KonaRed comes from the red, ripe fruit of the coffee plant that surrounds the coffee bean and the 100% natural juice, KonaRed Coffee Fruit extract is blended with other body loving fruits, including pineapple and apple.

According to the company, KonaRed also includes unprecedented levels of powerful antioxidants Quinic Acid, Chlorogenic Acid and Ferulic Acid each with protective benefits that are scientifically proven to help fight disease, suppress appetite, and inhibit inflammation.

Kona Redy products are now priced at a SRP of $4.99 for the 16-oz bottle and $2.99 for the 3 oz bottle.